The Deedly Dees
- This article is about the Waddle Dee band that appears in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. For Waddle Dees in a general context, see Waddle Dee.
|“||It's the local four-Dee band, the Deedly Dees! They love to jam in front of a crowd and start each request off with a "Wa-WA!" (Let's GO!) Band meetings at the café can get heated due to their different musical tastes, but when the tunes kick in, they fall perfectly in sync.||”|
— The Deedly Dees figure description, Kirby and the Forgotten Land
The Deedly Dees is a band consisting of four Waddle Dees (one playing the electric guitar, one playing the bass, one playing the drums, and one playing the keyboard), appearing in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. The band resides in Waddle Dee Town after Kirby has cleared Lab Discovera, standing on a stage that appears next to Waddle Dee Cinema called the "Waddle Live! Corner Stage". Functionally, they replace the Jukebox from previous games, as upon interacting with them, the player can select a song for them to play. The Waddle Dees play in time with the music, and only when their respective instruments are playing. When they are not playing a song, they will quietly play some isolated notes on their instruments. Kirby, Elfilin, Bandana Waddle Dee, and other nearby Waddle Dees will also move to the beat as they watch them play, and if the player exits this screen, the song that the Deedly Dees were playing continues and replaces the regular Waddle Dee Town music until Kirby leaves or enters a building (or until the song ends, in the case of songs that do not loop).
"Deedly" from the name of the band is a play on the words "deadly" and "Dee", meaning it could be read as "The Deadly Dees".
- The existence of the Deedly Dees is hinted at before they move to Waddle Dee Town: a poster of the band can be seen outside of Waddle Dee Cinema, in the same location they eventually settle in.
Figure of The Deedly Dees
Names in other languages
"Waddle Dee" in Japanese is written as ワドルディ, the name of the band omits the first syllable and adds ーズ to act as a plural.
Transliteration of the Japanese name.
|Dutch||De Deedly Dees||The Deedly Dees|
|French||Les Dee-Dee-Dam||The Dee-Dee-Dam|
Possibly a nod to King Dedede, which in French is "Roi DaDiDou".
|German||Die Deedly Dees||The Deedly Dees|
|Italian||I Dee Diesis||The Dee Sharps|
Pun on how D# is read in Italian, which is "D Diesis".
Similar to the Japanese name.
|Spanish||Los Deedly Dees||The Deedly Dees|